This beautiful filly was bred by an EIS Scheme managed by Biddestone Stud and was purchased by Biddestone Racing at the Goffs Premier Yearling Sale at Doncaster, where we felt that she represented exceptional value for money. She is a very forward-going, attractive and strong filly with a good walk. She is a daughter of the high-class stallion Acclamation, a top-class sprinter himself and the sire of many top-drawer sprinters like Dark Angel, Equiano and Aclaim, also the dual Group 1-winning sprinter Marsha (this filly is bred on the same cross as Marsha being out of a Marju mare). She should be ready for an early start to this season, as she looks a strong type who is expected to be active on the racecourse at two. This filly is currently unnamed and all owners will be invited to make name suggestions.
Her sire: ACCLAMATION was a high-class sprinter who raced from two to four. He won three times at two, over five furlongs a Sandown and Newbury, before winning the £200,000 St Leger Yearling Stakes over six furlongs. As an older horse he won a Listed race over six furlongs at Goodwood and his greatest triumph came in the Group 2 Diadem Stakes at Ascot (six furlongs). His success as a sire cannot be questioned, to date his success rate is 59% winners to runners on the Flat and his best horses include Dark Angel, Marsha, Equiano, Aclaim, Expert Eye, Harbour Watch, Lilbourne Lad, Mehmas and Saayerr.
Click here to view to view further information about the sire Acclamation
Her dam: MEET MARHABA is by the classy stallion Marju and she is a half-sister to the two-year-old winner Yaseer who was placed third in the Group 3 Craven Stakes at three. Meet Marhaba is out of the dual Listed-winning dam Tadris and comes from the family of the smart sprinter Hot Streak as well as Champion racehorses Height Of Fashion and Nashwan.
Each 5% Share is available for £2400 upfront followed by 21 monthly payments of £135 from 1 April 2018
(The upfront price for purchasing a share of ownership is only payable once upon joining and includes the purchase, veterinary fees, sales & agent commission, transport, farrier, Plus 10 registration (where applicable) and training costs up to 31 March 2018).
The monthly payments (commencing 1 April 2018) include costs of training, farrier, vets, transport & UK racing costs*, owners'/entry badge, no additional payment will be required. If you would prefer to pay these fees in full this can be done at a cost of £2715 (due 1 April 2018), alternatively you can make two payments of £1180 (due 1 April 2018) and £1570 (due 1 January 2019).
10% Shares and larger can be held in joint names and will also entitle you to 2 owners'/entry badges for each run. The maximum share holding for each owner is 40% per syndicate.
This syndicate has an initial term until the end of the 2019 Flat turf season. Subject to satisfactory racecourse performance and/or reports from the trainer, owners will be invited to continue for a further season (2020) under similar terms. *Terms and conditions apply.